Friday, May 14, 2004

Pictures !


freedom monument in the center of Baghdad



A family in Baghdad



roses from our garden



roses from our garden



roses from our garden




roses from our garden


roses from our garden



this is Faiza...smiling and saying :hello



spring time in Baghdad


Um altubool mosque in Baghda..



Assinak phone exchanger; the main communication operator in Baghdad, was greatly damaged by US missiles.




Hayfa street, jammed with traffic, after the war.



Temporary graveyard for Iraqi civilians murdered during the war by US bombardments [each sign refers to a dead civilian with his/her address]. Picture taken by Raed Jarrar.




Hayfa street residential compound, built in the 80s in Baghdad. taken by Faiza.




Bet Bunniya Mosque, in Al-alawi district, Baghdad. taken by Faiza.




"city of Medicine" hospital [Madeenat Attib], the biggest medical center in Iraq, which is in Baghdad by the bank of Dijla "the Tigris". Taken after the war by Faiza.



injured children by cluster bombs that filled farms of the south. taken by Raed Jarrar during his work with CIVIC [Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict] after the war.



Almaamon Tower [formal Saddam's tower], with Almaamon main phone exchanger, burnt down [picture taken during the war by Raed Jarrar]

2 Comments:

Blogger Andy said...

Wonderful pictures

* Hope you are happy with the link to

www.baghdadskies2.blogspot.com

** Could you do some for me? (on your pages...)

-- Merjam Building, Sadoun Street, SOuth Gate (Bab al Sharji)

-- the colonial bungalows in Alwiyah (if they still exist!)

May 23, 2004 at 11:35 AM  
Blogger Brenda said...

Thank you for pictures of your truly lovely country.

May 24, 2004 at 3:56 PM  

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